Aaron Carter reveals disturbing stories about Michael Jackson in his posthumous memoir.


Former child actor Aaron Carter recounts his bizarre encounter with Michael Jackson in his posthumous memoir.

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Aaron Carter recalls his shocking case with Michael Jackson.

After Aaron Carter’s death on Saturday, it was circulated on the Internet with his posthumous memoir to be released the following week.

The title of this book is ‘Aaron Carter: An Incomplete Story of the Incomplete Life’, which contains details about the life of the deceased singer.

Nevertheless, in his book, Carter recalled an incident that occurred in August 2003 at Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch when he was only 15.

‘Michael and I went into the main building alone and headed to his bedroom area,’ he wrote.

Then he said, ‘After a while, I’ll be ready to sleep’. He had no idea where he was going to sleep. He pulled out this bed next to the one that had already been made.’

Carter continued, ‘I never asked for a crib, but it was there. I didn’t care. I was tired. He turned off the lights and lay in bed and we fell asleep.’

He continued, ‘After a few hours, something woke me up. I got up and found Michael in tiny white underwear at the foot of my bed.’

He also said, ‘I shook it a little to wake him up’ and ‘Go back to bed! He muttered, “Okay,” then went back to bed and we both fell asleep again.’

‘I never asked him about it, I never mentioned it,’ Carter said. When I woke up in the morning he disappeared from the room.’

Aaron Carter talks more about Michael Jackson in memoir

Aaron Carter also revealed that he smoked marijuana with Michael Jackson during the visit. He said the deceased pop star “smoked like a gangster”.

In addition, singer Billie Jean was detained less than three months after being charged with child molestation.

Carter wrote shortly after a trip to Neverland that the police came to interview him. At the time, he told authorities that Jackson had not touched him inappropriately.

In addition, Carter had previously defended Jackson. He talked about Jackson during the recording of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition.

He called him ‘a really nice guy, a really good guy as far as I know’.

He also said, ‘I’ve never done anything inappropriate except once.’

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